The Chevron-led Gorgon liquefied natural gas project has won regulatory approval from the Western Australian Government subject to strict emission controls and fauna protection.
Emergency services personnel have been unable to find evidence of a gas leak which caused the shutdown of a small area of the port of Brisbane this morning.
Spirit of Tasmania I has left dry dock and returned to service after a three-week maintenance program.
Gas industry lobbyist Michael Kilgariff is to take over as Australian Logistics Council (ALC) chief executive, with the incumbent, Hal Morris, taking the corresponding role at the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Australia (CILTA).
The Golden Georgia may not make her scheduled departure from Port Botany today with the 16,337 dwt chemical tanker currently undergoing repairs to a flooded tank.
Felix Resources was placed in a share trading halt yesterday amid strong takeover speculation from Chinese interests.
The worst may be over for the Australian beef industry with signs pointing to an increase in demand for beef exports.
The Danish shipyard which built Emma Maersk is to close.
Prof D'Arcy Holman has been named the new independent chairman of the Western Australia Road Safety Council.